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Garage destroyed by Tuesday morning fire

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Piqua firefighters wrap up at the scene of a garage fire on Blaine Avenue on Tuesday morning. The fire department responded to the blaze at 908 Blaine around 10:20 a.m. The blaze was quickly brought under control but the two-car wood-frame structure was destroyed. No injuries were reported. No damage estimate to building or contents has yet been established.


PIAB holding Indian 300

The first Indian 300 Club reverse raffle and tailgate party will be held at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11.This is a major fundraising event for the Piqua Indians Athletic Boosters.Tickets are $100.Holder of the first ticket will win $250, while every 20th ticket drawn will win $100.The 100th ticket will be worth $250, with the 200th ticket holder winning $300.The 299th ticket drawn will be worth $2,000, with the holder of the 300th and final ticket d...

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Russia boys top Lehman

WEBSTER — The Russia boys golf team defeated Lehman 160-182 Monday.Russia’s Connor Monnin was medalist with 37.Zach Sherman, Jonah Counts and Jordan Kremer all had 41.Sam Dean led Lehman with a 40.The rest of the Cavaliers top four were Tyler Scott 47, Tyler Lachat 47 and Zach Scott 48.The Russia JV won 197-219 to finish the season 14-0.Dylan Cordonnier was medalist with a 45 for Russia.Avery Pickrell and...

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Piqua, Covington Play on Links

Macey Pruitt of Piqua reacts to a missed putt during Tuesday’s match against Covington at Echo Hills.Addison Metz blasts out of a bunker for Covington at Echo Hills on Tuesday.Cassidy Kraft watches her ball while putting in Tuesday’s golf match against Covington at Echo Hills.

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Importance of other viewpoints

Last week, Mainstreet Piqua held their annual meeting at the Fort Piqua Plaza. It was a nice event, which had around forty people in attendance to hear about the good work of Mainstreet Piqua and to recognize the great people and businesses that help make our downtown and our community a great place to live. We were also treated to a bit of a history lesson by our featured speaker, Mr. Gene Krebs.

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Music, theater coming up at Hayner

TROY — Nuevo Russian-Romany — also known as “gypsy” — music will fill the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center, 301 W. Main St., at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, when Via Romen performs.Via Romen is a U.S.-based ensemble known for enchanting audiences with intricate improvisations, catchy tunes and flashy footwork.Founded in 2004, Via Romen has performed to glowing reviews across North America and has established itself as the continent’s premier R...

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Ya know ya make me want to (not) shout

My friend Rex prefaces all of his disquieting statements (which is to say, all of his statements) with the phrase, “I don’t mean this bad, but…” You’ve heard of pre-paid phone cards and pre-arranged marriages? This is sort of like a pre-confession; he’s asking for absolution in advance. If history is any indicator, when Rex begins, “I don’t mean this bad” you are about to hear a criticism that is equal parts hilarious and horrifying.

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CLC-Piqua welcomes new site pastor

PIQUA — It’s been said that the most “worldly” people often make the best ministers, as they’ve “been there” and are best equipped to understand those trying to find their way in life.For Matt Klimis, this is the gospel truth.“My family was into drugs and alcohol and everything you can think of,” he said. “We had an experience with Jesus, I guess you could say, and He changed our lives. We all got saved and bapt...

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Sidney native chronicles wildfire

SIDNEY — When a deadly wildfire roared through Colorado Springs, Colorado, in June 2012, Sidney native Johnny Wilson was there.What came to be known as the Waldo Canyon Fire claimed two lives, destroyed 347 homes, damaged hundreds more and forced the evacuation of more than 32,000 people.

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Short agenda for meeting

Bethany J. Royerbroyer@civitasmedia.comPIQUA – A precursor of things to come, city commission will discuss the purchase of road salt for the street department at Tuesday’s commission meeting.Also on the short agenda will be a third and final reading for adopting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances, a re...

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Digital switch: Keeping the memories rollin’

ST. HENRY — Two sophomores at St. Henry High School are working to save an area landmark — the Starlight Drive-In on U.S. Route 127, in Mercer County.The challenge is to raise at least $25,000 (But hopeful for more) by Friday, Oct 17, to help make the digital switch from the current reel projector. A necessity in today’s world where modern times have hit the once popular drive-in hard.

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McBride, Russia boys win at Eaton

The Piqua boys cross country runners finished ninth at the Ottawa-Glandorf Invitational Blue race.Andy Mayse led the Indians with a sixth-place finish in 17:32.2.The rest of Piqua’s top seven included Isaiah Garber, 39, 18:51.2; Mitchell Bim-Merle, 52, 19:13.6; Zach Davie, 85, 20:08.1; Dante Kemp, 100, 20:25.6; Austin Harshman, 120, 21:08.7; Preston Schaeffer, 160, 23:52.1.McBride, Russiawin Eaton race...

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East boys stun Piqua

The Piqua boys soccer team lost another heartbreaker Saturday, this time to Miami East 2-1.The game was tied 1-1 when Deven Baldasare crossed the ball to Austin Kowalak in front of an open net with 9:00 remaining and Kowalak scored the game-winner.Piqua had one last chance on a corner kick with nine seconds left, but it was headed over the net and the clock ran out.East had gotten on the board first on a cross from Kowalak to Baldasare who finished with 27:01 ...

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Go Bucks!

Piqua High School graduate Kyler Holland heads up the team tunnel at Ohio State on Saturday during the Buckeye’s game against Kent State. Holland, a sophomore at OSU, is a varsity cheerleader for the Buckeyes. He is the son of Dr. Larry and Gayle Holland.

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Yost: Proposed GASB rule wrong for Ohio

Ohio’s state auditor says that an additional reporting requirement for local governments to add future healthcare liabilities to their annual reports “would inaccurately state the position of the government and would be misleading.”Dave Yost traveled to Chicago on Thursday to testify before the Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) in opposition to a proposal that would require local governments to begin reporting future healthcare liabilities for public em...

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OSU wins big over Kent State

Khaleed Franklin, 3, runs the ball for the Buckeyes on Saturday against Kent State.Curtis Samuel, 4, looks for room to run during Saturday’s game at Ohio State.

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Miami County Real Estate Transfers

TROYRobert Mayberry, Tina Mayberry to Robert Mayberry, Tina Mayberry, one lot, $0.Laura Stephens to Amy Stoudt, John Stoudt, one lot, $235,000.Marinan Rodriguez Baez to Nathaniel Godwin, one lot, $74,000.Candise Saunders, Candise Snyder to Kevin Thayer, one lot, $148,000.Kathy Clark, Leonard Clark to Brandon King, one lot, $73,500.NVR Inc. to Bipin Patel, Nipa Patel, one lot, $178,800.Federal National Mortgage Associ...

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Lehman spikes Riverside

SIDNEY — The Lehman volleyball team cruised to a 25-12, 25-18, 25-12 win over Riverside Thursday in NWCC action.Sidney Chapman pounded 15 kills and served four aces, while Olivia Slagle had 14 kills and 10 digs.Allie Hall had three blocks and Marianne Hissong added two.Madeline Smith dished out 30 assists and added seven digs, while Ava Schmitz had 15 digs.Lehman, 5-6 overall and 2-0 in the NWCC, will host Celina Tuesday.Lad...

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